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Old 06-02-2019, 02:36 PM
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I've been using a Wizard Organic outside the circle and Justice Prime (I know it's not a putter) inside the circle straddle putts. I know exactly where it's going depending on any mild winds.

I havent been putting this good ever to be honest. More confident maybe.
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Old 06-02-2019, 02:42 PM
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My brother uses a Metal Flake Champion Gator for his driving putter slot just fine, he has a G Star Gator for approach shots as well as uphill/downhill and cliff putts when the DX Stud is not the disc to use as you want the disc to stick to the ground. My brother had a old mid 2000's DX flat top Gator for his putter for a long time that he supplemented with a fresh disc in late 2000's for approach shots from further then he wanted to actual putt from but the one Gator was old and on last legs, the other was not beat to make a good putter yet so he got the DX Stud being it is the closest mold Innova makes to a DX Gator but as a true putter height mold.
I just got a flat-top champ glow from infinite that I'm really into.
It goes straight as an arrow fith zero chance of turning over when I crank on it flat.
Hyzers, flexshots and rollers are no prob either.
I heard it used to belong to a wizard.
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Old 06-02-2019, 10:43 PM
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More Aviar testing. Mostly PnA mold again. Putts dead straight and they were dropping tonight. Throwing it is finnicky sometimes. I can't crank on it at all like my P2s but it is nice and smooth. I can't get my P2s to not pan out of an anny without really putting some heat on it and then it isn't really a useful throw. I can throw easy, fan grip annys with the Aviar and it is b-e-a-youteeful. The slimmer feel and less stability are actually working okay for my putt. More testing tomorrow will be basket only gonna putt two perfect putt 360 rounds one with each mold and see what happens.

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Old 06-03-2019, 12:16 AM
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I just got a flat-top champ glow from infinite that I'm really into.
It goes straight as an arrow fith zero chance of turning over when I crank on it flat.
Hyzers, flexshots and rollers are no prob either.
I heard it used to belong to a wizard.
Well dose the Champion 3 Gator you got do what the old DX Flat top did and seem to drop out of the sky on drives, that was the reason my bother used that specific disc for putting a old 2000's Flat top DX Gator for years untill I got him a new putter that is s close to a new DX Gator in the DX Stud. He loves his Metal Flake Champion Gator for the same reason, the disc is near flat top so one can not throw the mold that far, works for his driving putter slot because for a putter off the tee he does not need it to go far and it will stop after a set distance for him. He has never used a true driving putter as he has found the Gator for that, at one point using a new DX Gator for that as well as approach to long putter. Npw he has a G star Gator for approach to long putter.

I have not used a driving putter for a while as I was looking for the disc with the same flight as a Classic ROC and the Stud was not out yet so I settled on the Shark for my driving putter later getting the Shark 3 for a better midrange.

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Old 06-03-2019, 11:48 AM
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More Aviar testing. Mostly PnA mold again. Putts dead straight and they were dropping tonight. Throwing it is finnicky sometimes. I can't crank on it at all like my P2s but it is nice and smooth. I can't get my P2s to not pan out of an anny without really putting some heat on it and then it isn't really a useful throw. I can throw easy, fan grip annys with the Aviar and it is b-e-a-youteeful. The slimmer feel and less stability are actually working okay for my putt. More testing tomorrow will be basket only gonna putt two perfect putt 360 rounds one with each mold and see what happens.

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Have you tried the PnA in Star? I picked up a 165ish g Star PnA as an experiment to possibly pair with a Star max wt big bead for driving. It flew marginally less stable in the calm, but I could not trust it with any kind of wind. Man the star big bead is an awesome thrower though.

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Old 06-08-2019, 04:04 PM
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Have you tried the PnA in Star? I picked up a 165ish g Star PnA as an experiment to possibly pair with a Star max wt big bead for driving. It flew marginally less stable in the calm, but I could not trust it with any kind of wind. Man the star big bead is an awesome thrower though.
I have been considering Aviar in star. I have a Champ and it feels puffy.

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Old 06-08-2019, 04:08 PM
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Hit the course for the third time today with aviars over P2s. I haven't given up on P2 yet but the Aviar goes significantly further with much less effort. I can't get the P2 to finish right and I can the Aviar. I am far more confident on running 30'-40' putts and drawing metal on most putts with the Aviar. Obvious difference is the shoulder and stability but I do like the point-and-shoot-ness of the Aviar so there's that. I really want to try the tour series plastic when I am not such a broke bum.

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Old 06-14-2019, 11:25 PM
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Not gonna sell of the old P2 stack just yet but Aviars are in the bag. The disc compliments my game so much while also simplifying my approach to the game it is by far the most comfortable putter I have picked up. I feel like I should have picked one up much sooner.

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Old 06-14-2019, 11:43 PM
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I went from p2 to aviar as well, then to classics. Classics are even straighter. Really is a laser straight disc out to about 40’.

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Old 06-14-2019, 11:46 PM
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I went from p2 to aviar as well, then to classics. Classics are even straighter. Really is a laser straight disc out to about 40.
Like the classics for a natural turnover throw. For me it's about the PnA right now. Got a few glows on the way, see how theyll work out with a touch of added stability.

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